Kali, the largest settlement on Ugljan Island, is nestled between two ports in the northeast and Lamjana bay in the southwest. The town exudes an aura of antiquity due to its well-preserved traditional Dalmatian architecture, with fishing nets weaving a timeless tale at every turn. Anchored boats along the shore bear witness to the thriving tradition of being the “”most fishing-oriented”” place in the Adriatic. Kali’s heart, the old town core called Siget, perches on a small hill, offering a magnificent panorama of the surroundings. The charming Dalmatian houses and intertwining alleyways exemplify the essence of Croatia’s tourist motto – the Mediterranean as it once was. Kali proudly hosts one of the oldest fishing festivals in the Adriatic – Tunare.